One Shot Scandal (2023) poster
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Nam Haeng Sun a été une athlète nationale. Elle tient maintenant un magasin de plats préparés. Elle a une personnalité super positive et une endurance sans limite. Elle prend un autre virage et entre dans le domaine de l'éducation privée, qui s'adresse aux étudiants préparant leur examen d'entrée à l'université. De façon inattendue, Nam Haeng Sun se lie à Choi Chi Yeol. Choi Chi Yeol est un instructeur populaire dans le domaine de l'enseignement privé et est connu sous le nom d'Ilta Instructor (instructeur le plus populaire). Il travaille dur dans son domaine. Dans son rôle d'instructeur auprès de ses élèves, il parle sans réserve et met en œuvre des méthodes de spectacle dans ses leçons. Il a accumulé richesse et renommée en tant qu'instructeur populaire, mais, avec le succès croissant, il est devenu plus sensible, plus piquant et plus indifférent envers les autres. Il rencontre alors Nam Haeng Sun. La relation entre Nam Haeng Sun et Choi Chi Yeol se développe de plus en plus sur le plan romantique. (La source: L'anglais = AsianWiki || Traduction = Jiminence de MyDramaList) Modifier la traduction

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  • 中文(台灣)
  • ภาษาไทย
  • Українська
  • Pays: South Korea
  • Catégorie: Drama
  • Épisodes: 16
  • Diffusé: janv. 14, 2023 - mars 5, 2023
  • Diffusé Sur: Samedi, Dimanche
  • Station de diffusion initiale: Netflix tvN
  • Durée: 1 hr. 15 min.
  • Score: 8.4 (scored by 29,430 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #796
  • Popularité: #191
  • Classification du contenu: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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mars 27, 2023
16 épisodes vus sur 16
Complété 0
Globalement 7.0
Histoire 7.0
Acting/Cast 7.5
Musique 7.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 3.5
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Le sujet aurait pu être passionnant, mais...

Très déçue par ce drama ! Le sujet sur le martyr des élèves coréens poussés jusqu'à la limite de leurs forces auraient pu être passionnant, d'ailleurs il est ébauché, mais l'élève que le stress est en en train de rendre dingue est abandonnée sans qu'on n'en sache plus rien, comme le frère de Sun jae dont on ne sait pas trop pourquoi il s'enferme, puis qu'on abandonne aussi dans la suite de l'histoire... Sa mère l'emmène en voyage ! Tu parles ! Vu comment sa mère se comportait pendant les 3/4 du drama on peut craindre pour sa vie ! L'épisode de la mère totalement inutile car quand elle part, c'est comme si il ne s'était rien passé, je pese que la tante et sa nièce méritait une scène d'explication après le cinéma "je pars au japon avec maman..." Il y a une phrase de 15 secondes du professeur à son collègue qui dit que que le système est à revoir, mais c'est tout... Quand je pense au beau drama qu'on aurait pu faire sur ce sujet si délicat ! Non, là c'est un ratage total ! Dommage, le personnage du prof vedette, celui du Tonton asperger étaient très bien partis et intéressants, ainsi que celui de l'assistant qui fait un délire érotomane sur son employeur... Mais la scène du suicide, vraiment ! Il ne fait même pas semblant d'essayer de le retenir !... et plus personne n'en parle, comme s'il n'avait pas existé... Les acteurs ont tous fait de leur mieux rendant crédibles des personnages à la psychologie inexistante, mais c'est tout. Dommage !

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lex
36 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
mars 5, 2023
16 épisodes vus sur 16
Complété 0
Globalement 8.5
Histoire 7.5
Acting/Cast 8.5
Musique 9.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 8.0
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A CRASH COURSE IN LIFE

DISCLAIMER: These are just my thoughts; we don’t have to agree and I’m not looking to argue with anyone.

This show should be called Crash Course in Life, not Crash Course in Romance. Overall it had more comedy, slice of life and drama / thriller than romance aspects.

First off I wanna say that I really enjoyed this show and before it was finished I was excited to rate it super high like a 9/10 but now my feelings have changed and I give this show an 8-8.5/10. Studio dragon definitely doesn’t really miss with the shows they produce… for the most part, they seem well put together, thought out, and executed. You can feel all the actors efforts no matter the script and I think that’s what makes their productions truly worth watching / amazing.

For episodes 1-8 I was super invested and loved the direction the show was going in even with the annoying controlling moms but then after that, the show took a different turn and idk… it became very predictable, and I found myself not as invested as the first time. Maybe because I watched this drama weekly instead of binging it in one go is the reason, I feel this way but idk… the show ended up missing the mark in some ways. Don’t get me wrong the comedy and light-heartedness of the show was really touching and I even found myself tearing up a few times. At its core, you can really see that love and family relationships is an ongoing theme throughout and that these people will always fight for and protect the ones they care about.

In my humble opinion, since Haeng-seon and Chi-yeol got together I felt myself losing interest… there weren’t as many obstacles in their relationship prior to dating and it seemed like their romance got overshadowed with trying to find out more about the murders and who exactly was targeting Haeng-seon and her family. It was predictable because Dong-hui seemed suspicious from the get-go. Honestly, I was not satisfied by his suicide because he got the easy way out instead of having to rot in prison and pay for his crimes. I keep saying this, but I hate when female leads are always so carefree and nice to persons who clearly don’t mean them well… same goes for Su Ah’s mom. I literally did not care or feel sorry that her husband cheated on her. If anything, it was karma and it served her right. She was always praying on the downfall of other moms and their kids so that her child could remain on top and well… what goes around comes around.

Hae-e’s mom coming back the moment she got into a coma was your stereo-typical drama moment. I’m sure everyone could see that coming. I really felt bad for Hae-e because you could tell she didn’t see that woman as her mother after so many years and felt obligated/forced to be nice to her and tolerate her bullsh*t. It was painful watching her pretend to care for and be interested in Hae-e when you knew the real reason she was here was to try and pimp Haeng-seon and Chi Yeol (him specifically) out of money. She literally had no scruples or shame about doing it either and I’m sure at that moment Hae-e realized she was nothing like her mom at all… and she didn’t even want to be. Her bio mother was a nuisance and to me, she added nothing to the plot other than tension and unnecessary drama. She was only a plot device trying to create strife and break their little family apart.

In the end, I’m glad she realized that Hae-e grew up fine without her and she was just intruding on her life by sticking around. She was a sh*tty mom and I’m glad she realized that and packed her bags to allow Hae-e to be happy with the family who raised her.

This show really got me in my feelings, especially the last episode. Scratch a lot of the bad things I said before I absolutely loved this – THE LAST EPISODE CAME THROUGH!!

Chi Yeol and Haeng-seon both deciding to buy each other rings and proposing to each other was golden. They really are made for each other and I love that their feelings have never wavered. Even if this show is frustrating keep watching because the love between the characters will really get you. It’s about the pure love between a mom and her daughter. That scene when Hae-e ran into Haeng-seon’s arms just like in the flashback had me crying!!! Even Sun-jae's mom making amends with both her sons and accepting Hui-jae as he was touched me so deeply. Su-A's mom becoming a mentor/coach at the pride and helping other parents to get their kids on the path to seeking higher education was a good turn of the tables aswell. It seemed like everyone really changed for the better. A big surprise for me was Geon Hu and Su A liking each other, Hae-e actually giving Sun-Jae a chance and Jae Woo getting Young Joo pregnant. I mean they added it all at the end/epilogue but I still ate it up.

All in all, this drama was good. It gave what needed to be given and tackled a lot of situations while still maintaining the funny, lightheartedness of it all.

I give this drama a solid 8.5/10 and some brownie points for being able to tug on my heartstrings ❤️ I would 100% recommend it to others and I would rewatch it in a heartbeat.

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Renseignements

  • Drama: One Shot Scandal
  • Pays: Corée du Sud
  • Épisodes: 16
  • Diffusé: janv. 14, 2023 - mars 5, 2023
  • Diffusé On: Samedi, Dimanche
  • Station de diffusion initiale: Netflix, tvN
  • Durée: 1 hr. 15 min.
  • Classification du contenu: 15+ - Adolescents de 15 ans ou plus

Statistiques

  • Score: 8.4 (marqué par 29,430 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #796
  • Popularité: #191
  • Téléspectateurs: 52,936

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